Pattern Recogn. Phys., 1, 205-206, 2013
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16 Dec 2013
General conclusions regarding the planetary–solar–terrestrial interaction
N.-A. Mörner1, R. Tattersall2, J.-E. Solheim3, I. Charvatova4, N. Scafetta5, H. Jelbring6, I. R. Wilson7, R. Salvador8, R. C. Willson9, P. Hejda10, W. Soon11, V. M. Velasco Herrera12, O. Humlum13, D. Archibald14, H. Yndestad15, D. Easterbrook16, J. Casey17, G. Gregori18, and G. Henriksson19
1Paleogeophysics & Geodynamics, Stockholm, Sweden
2Tallbloke, Leeds, UK
3Department of Physics & Technology, Tromsø, Norway
4Geophysical Institute, AS CR, Praha, Czech Republic
5Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
6Tellus, Stockholm, Sweden
7Gunnedah, Australia
8Vancouver, Canada
9ACRIM, Coronado, CA, USA
10Institute of Geophysics of the ASCR, Praha, Czech Republic
11Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, MA, USA
12Geophysics UNAM, Cambridge, MA, Mexico
13Department of Geosciences, Oslo, Norway
14Summa Development Ltd, Perth, Australia
15Aalesund University, Aalesund, Norway
16Department of Geology, Bellingham, WA, USA
17Space Sci. Res. Co. (SSRC), Orlando, FL, USA
18Instituto di Acustica e Sensoristica (CNR), Rome, Italy
19Astronomy, Uppsala, Sweden

Abstract. In a collection of research papers devoted to the problem of solar variability and its origin in planetary beat, it is demonstrated that the forcing function originates from gravitational and inertial effects on the Sun from the planets and their satellites. This conclusion is shared by nineteen co-authors.

Citation: Mörner, N.-A., Tattersall, R., Solheim, J.-E., Charvatova, I., Scafetta, N., Jelbring, H., Wilson, I. R., Salvador, R., Willson, R. C., Hejda, P., Soon, W., Velasco Herrera, V. M., Humlum, O., Archibald, D., Yndestad, H., Easterbrook, D., Casey, J., Gregori, G., and Henriksson, G.: General conclusions regarding the planetary–solar–terrestrial interaction, Pattern Recogn. Phys., 1, 205-206, doi:10.5194/prp-1-205-2013, 2013.
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